>I have owned the D80, D200 and two Fujifilm S2 digital >cameras and have not had oil issues like the D600. In fact, I >only had to deal with dust on the other models. This is oil. >No amount of blowing with a Gitzo makes any of it disappear. >Nikon is getting a call from me. I wet-cleaned my sensor ten >times last night to get the oil off in the same portion of the >screen, the left side of the frame from top to bottom. It is >stubborn and should not be there. I wonder if the vibrating >self-cleaning mode loosens up the oil more? If this was dust >it would be randomly placed on the AA filter. It's not. It is >the same area. I think Nikon needs to step up and fix it. I am >happy with the product somewhat but this shows Nikon is over >their head in handling problems. This shouldn't happen with a >giant that has such a loyal, if not gullible, following. Count >me as one of them. I jus returned my 3rd d600. I did the 3500 shots and ten cleaned it. Then ago 599 more and the sensor was a mess so it was packed up and shipped back. I really want the D600 because of the SD cards and batteries So all my cameras will have he same. But at this point I am giving them one more try in Feb. then I am waking for the rummored d4 sensor in the D 800 body.